Karam Financial Group co-fiduciary offering is unusual in the industry because it addresses the highest level of fiduciary standards. Its strategy helps address fiduciary concerns through the effective use of investment committee training, plan governance, provider monitoring, and electronic document storage.
Investment stewards wear many professional hats. And while they may spend the least amount of their working life on retirement plan issues, their fiduciary role possesses the most significant amount of personal risk in the corporate arena. Inundated with primary job functions, finance and human resources executives lament their lack of time and tools to fulfill their fiduciary accountabilities, with a high level of assurance and confidence. This uncertainty is the main cause of their concern towards their personal liability as a fiduciary.
To address this void, Karam Financial Group offers a fiduciary services program that pursues excellence in plan management through independent governance and monitoring. Karam Financial Group offers the fiduciary services program to its member advisors' plan sponsor clients.
Under this program, Karam Financial Groups' clients work toward the following fiduciary functions with an uncompromising level of assurance:
Why plan sponsors use our fiduciary services program:
Fiduciary functions are managed effectively through a written co-fiduciary arrangement. With our program you save time, manage personal risk, and gain access to fiduciary tools.
Managed within a protected fiduciary document solution, investment committees can demonstrate ERISA’s prudence requirements through a trail of informed decisions. With a point and click, fiduciaries can evidence their investment rationale and map key decisions to the plan’s guiding documents.
We ensure a high level of continuity in the event of investment committee turnover. Our fiduciary services program preserves the integrity of past decisions and provides effective succession for future fiduciary governance.
We help investment committees align internal responsibilities and benchmark the services of operational platform providers such as administrators, record keepers, custodians, and investment managers.